Historical Map of the European
Provinces of the Roman Empire.
1 Upper Britain
2 Lower Britain
1 Lower Germany
2 Upper Germany
3 Gallia Belgica - Part of Gallia Comata
4 Gallia Lugdunensis (or Celtica) - Part of Gallia Comata
5 Aquitania (Aquitaine) - Part of Gallia Comata
6 Gallia Narbonensis (Narbonese Gaul)
1 Tarraconensis (Hither Spain)
3 Baetica (Farther Spain)
Provinces annexed after the time of Augustus are marked with a
The forms of the Gallic and German names are those used by
Caesar and Tacitus.
Names printed thus Burgundarholm, are of German origin.
- Prom - Promontorium - Cape or promontory.
- Main roads
- Route of Hannibal
- Gaul in the Time of Caesar.
- The Rhine Country in Roman Times.
- Country about the Lower Danube in Roman Times.
University of Texas at Austin.
Historical Atlas by William Shepherd (1923-26).
About Julius Caesar
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Map of Baetica
Map of Gaul
Map of Caesar's Campaign in Gaul 57 BC
Map of the Rhine Country
Map of the Roman Empire AD 117
Map of the Limes in Britain AD 122
Map of the Limes in Germany, 2nd Century AD
Map of the Roman Empire 4th Century
Map of Hadrian's Wall
Map of the Antonine Wall
Map of Wales AD 47